Germany striker Miroslav Klose and captain Philipp Lahm have both stressed how determined they are to beat Uruguay in the World Cup third-place play-off in Port Elizabeth.
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Klose, who is hoping to shake off a back injury, needs one goal to match Ronaldo’s all-time World Cup finals scoring record and join David Villa and Wesley Sneijder at the top of the South Africa 2010 scoring chart.
But the 32-year-old insisted: “I want to win against Uruguay, even if I don’t score, that’s still the most important thing.
“I don’t know whether I am going to pass Ronaldo’s record, and I don’t really care. I am more interested in what we do as a team.”
Germany won the play-off in front of their home fans four years ago, comfortably defeating Portugal, and Lahm insists the match is relevant to the players despite the disappointment of missing out on the final.
He said: “We saw four years ago how great this game can be and we want to go home with a win and with a good feeling.
“Before, like a lot of people, I didn’t even want to watch this match on television. But now, I believe that winning this match is important, that it can provide us with some consolation.”
Lahm is one of those who have been hit by a flu outbreak that has struck the Germany camp, with Lukas Podolski and coach Joachim Loew also affected.
However, the Europeans remain 8/11 favourites with Blue Square to beat Uruguay in 90 minutes and are 1/3 to finish in the bronze medal position.